Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
My philosophy - underexposed, overexposed, underdeveloped, overdeveloped - these are all relative terms. Find the combination of exposure and development that works for you and you have - perfect exposure and perfect development. Nothing else matters.

- Thomas
Well said!

I was never comfortable with the terms Over or Under anything. This gives the implication that there is a known which over and under relate too.

Maybe to a degree in color neg. / pos. material but not in B&W.

My way of thinking is More exp. Less dev. and vice versa.

Determine what tonalities you want in the final print and learn the techniques necessary to effect those tones and you'll never under or over anything again!